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Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 - Most Famous Unagi Restaurant In Taipei, TWD250 (SGD$11.25) For A Box. $4.50 For Katsu Don

While Singapore has a Michelin Bib Gourmand listed Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant, Taipei has Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋. The name “Fei Qian Wu” if read literally would mean, “the house before becoming fat”. Opps. But “Fei Qian” refers to the old Hizen Province of Japan. It is a joint famous for its delicious, affordably priced Unagi Don (grilled eel bento), and is easily the busiest eatery at Zhongshan North neighbourhood. Eater lists this as one of the “The 38 Essential Taipei Restaurants”. If you are going to make your way here, do a bit of exploration and......

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ShareTea - Love for Bubbletea

ShareTea – Love for Bubbletea

ShareTea remains one of my favourite bubbletea shops, so much so that I even went to Taipei for a one day training course. It was very enriching and made me realise so much work goes into a single cup. A fan of ShareTea too? The good news is Daniel’s...

June 13, 2012
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